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will set apart the land of goshen in which my people dwell that no swarms of flies shall be [inaudible] in order that they may know [inaudible]. >> thank you very much. >>> the overhead, please. >> sfgov sunnyside tv? >>> yes. tom [speaker not understood], south marina apartments. i guess last night the most amount of people in the city and county of san francisco slept with their windows open. i don't think anybody would want more noise to come through. i think it's probably a few people that would like less noise to come through. i would like to stop its growth. we've got the overhead, good. this is the noise ordinance of 2008 and i paid extra money to get the mayor's signature. he signed it on november 25th. so, it became law december 25th, christmas morning. okay. this is the same bill when it was going through. the yellow tag is from tom rivard who was our noise man. and who just recently retired, he basically wrote it. he sent it to me during -- when it was going through [speaker not understood], section 29 09 deals with your issues marked by green. all the best. tom rivard. and
shootings ten years ago gathered to remember the victims. this was the scene at last night's vigil at goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. ten people were killed, three others were wounded. before john allen muhammad and lee malvo were caught. ten years after john allen muhammad and lee malvo terrorized our region, victims' families say that they are still receiving moral support from the community. >> people would just come up to us and send us condolences and help with you know, the church. co-workers, friends, family. strangers. and that's how strong our community is and just like to thank everyone. >> john allen muhammad was executed in 2009 and lee malvo was sentenced the life in -- to life in prison. >>> still to come when the news continues are you ready for some football? well, the redskins are taking on the atlanta falcons with the hope of snapping the home game losing streak. we'll have details just ahead. >> and find out why d.c. delegate eleanor holmes norton was in fort totten yesterday talking about safety. we'll be back in just a moment. >>> it's a good thing the na
is my light family and community members stood together at the ceremony at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. at the vigil, children thanked everyone for their support, their father was killed on the second day of the attacks when he was pumping gas. >> people would just come up to us and send us condolences and help with the church, co-workers, friends, family, strangers. and that's how strong our community is. >> the victims rights foundation helped host the vigil. the group sayses it has raised $500,000 for the ten victims and three survivors of the sniper atakzs. >>> tonight, the public schools in fairfax county join police in getting the word out about a missing 17-year-old boy. brian glen was last seen monday after dropping his brother off at w.t. woodson high. surveillance video showed him going inside a nearby dunkin' donuts shop. the police have searched his car and police call the circumstances of glen's disappearance unusual. his family says it's not like him to rub away. >>> police hope this sketch will help them find the man behind sexual suit assaults in
at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. this month marks the tenth anniversary of the deadly attacks that brought terror to the region for nearly a month. >>> m&t bank stadium will be buzzing today but not because of a ravens game. instead hundreds of veterans and military spouses are expected to fill the stadium for the hire our heroes expo. the goal is to get men and women who served our country get them back to work by connecting them with the fellow military friendly employers. it will take place today from 11:00 in the morning until 3:00 in the afternoon. once again it's going to be taking place at the m&t bank stadium. >>> an exciting day for the ronald mcdonald house. every broom there is getting a new mattress donated by tempur- pedic. baltimore city firefighters are going to be helping out and removing the 72 old mattresses and replacing them with new ones. the charity organization provides a home away if home for families needing to be near chair sick children and it runs mostly on donations with the help of volunteers. >>> all right, lynette is up here checking the
:30 another the gauchen -- at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. this morning the ex-wife is speaking out about the incident. mildred mohammed says the news of the shootings she found out about this ten years ago. police knocked on her door to say john allen was the sniper and that he was after her. >> i knew he was going to kill me. i knew it was going to be a head shot. >> police said mildred believed the shootings were present to create a distraction so her murder would be one of many. police say he wanted his children back from her. >>> time now for five things to know this morning. the philadelphia cop caught on video hitting a woman will be suspended for 30 days starting today. with the intent to dismiss. the woman is seen spraying something from a can in the video and then shows the woman being struck in the face. >>> the chicago teachers' union says its teachers and support staff have approved the three year contract. that includes pay increases and new evaluation systems. it must be approved mow by the board of education which is scheduled to meet this month.
, october 4th at 6:30 at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. >>> still ahead if you have a child that wears diapers, you might want to stock up, why there could be a worldwide shortage on the way. >> sue is tracking more rain in the forecast. >> we've got patches of light rain around the area tonight, nothing dampening the spirits of washington at this hour, but there will be a little more tomorrow. throw an umbrella in your car. i'll let you know what to expect as the news edge at 11:00 continues. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >>> back on the news edge tonight with a popular sedan being recalled and a heads up to anyone who
will be held commemorating the tenth anniversary of the deadly d.c. sniper attack at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg starting at 6:pro. >>> the obama administration is urging cuba to allow allen gross to see his personal doctor. that's because an american radiologist says that gross may have a cancerous growth on his shoulder. the 53-year-old has been behind bars in cuba since 2009. officials there say that he is healthy. >>> baltimore city no longer controls the edgar allan poe house and museum. it is turning the property over to the b and o railroad property museum. it will work with a new organization in hopes to make the house self-sufficient. baltimore city is paying the railroad museum $180,000. right now it's closed but is expected to open next year, u.p.s. is going green. today the company is expected to unveil 40 of its new alternative fuel vehicles at their hub in laurel. 20 of the hybrid cars will hit the streets around baltimore. the rest will be sent to atlanta. u.p.s. says the new cars can get up to 35% improved fuel economy. and lower carbon emissions.
industry for many swing states, especially along the rustbelt, including small times like goshen, indiana, where our ted rowlands gives us context to those numbers. >> reporter: this is in elk hart county, indiana, an area absolutely hammeringed during the recession, 18% unemployment at its worse, but things are coming back. here they make things like these seat covers which go on airline seats. make covers for the automobile industry and also make high-end furniture, custom furniture, do a lot of different things and have a lot of jobs open right now. in fact, they have added about 70 jobs over the past year alone, going from a workforce of 145 to about 210, around they are looking for more qualified people. the problem is they are having a difficult time trying to fill those positions. now, the unemployment rate here in this county is still at 8%, so one would think that people would be beating down the door for these jobs. we're talking about good-paying job with full benefits, but they are having trouble filling these spots, and they have for a considerable time. kip wheland is the ce
: there will be a prayer vigil held 6:30 thursday at the goshen methodist church in gaithersburg. it will honor the memory of the sniper's victims. >>> a new twist of a mother in leesburg, virginia. 36-year-old leyla mccullagh has not been seen since august. recently police confiscated guns and ammunition from her husband's house in herndon. detectives are now looking into whether foul play was involved. the court documents show she had complained that her husband abused her. >>> the nats had their first division crown since returning to d.c. after clinching the national league east last night. now the focus turns toward who they'll face in the opening round of the playoffs. the potential opponents include the dodgers, and the giants. >>> voters in pennsylvania will not to have show a picture i.d. at the polls. at least not in november. today, a judge stopped the requirement from going into effect before the presidential election. it will be allowed in subsequent elections. the democrats say it would have kept the -- the law would have kept minorities and older americans from casting a ballot. republicans
at 6:30. it takes place at the goshen united methodist church. reporting live, jackie bensen, news4. >>> those speed cameras in d.c. there could be some changes. tomorrow meks of the d.c. council will hole a meeting in which they'll look into lowering the fines. official say they'll be hearing from citizens groups who have complained. those cameras are there to raise money, not to increase safety. the speed camera program raked in more than $65 million last year. it is the most expensive ticket in our region. lowering the fines won't be done until the end of the year. >> a big endorsement today for the maryland ballot question to expand gaming and include a casino in prince george's council. the washington redskins announce their support for question 7. this come as clergy and members of the community rally to block the bill from passing. chris gordon joins us with the latest on this saga. chris? >> reporter: good evening. the stakes are high. and not baghdad gambling could mean $200 million in additional revenue for the state of maryland. but clergy and prince george's county say a
.c. area ten years ago gathered to remember the victims. this was a vigil last night at goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. ten people were killed and three others were wounded before john allen muhammad and lee malvo were caught. they're still receiving moral support from the community even a decade later. >> people would just come up to us and send us condolences and help with you know the church. co-workers, friends, family. strangers. and that's how strong our community is and we would just like to thank everyone. >> john allen muhammad was executed in 2009. lee malvo is serving a life? prison in prison -- in prison sentence. >>> gas stations in california are running dry. their supply problems because of outages in refineries and pipelines, places with gas are seeing prices skyrocket. this station near malibu has regular grade for get in $5.69 a gallon. across california gas prices are up an average of 18 cents in the last week. we feel bad for them but while prices in california go up, ours are going down. aaa says regular grade gas in the d.c. metro area now average
foundation is holding the event at the goshen united methodist church on goshen road. it begins at 6:30 and is open to the public. >>> also today, a judge will hear arguments on a lawsuit demanding that metro post controversial signs in the transit system. the ads say "in any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man, support israel, defeat jihad." the creator also sued to force new york's transportation authorities to allow these ads. >>> and finally the president of the d.c. chamber of commerce takes on a new role as a member of the metropolitan washington airport's authority board. barbara lange will be sworn in today. lange was appointmented by mayor vincent gray. the move gives virginia and d.c. more representation on the board. >>> 8:12 now. we take a little timeout for some cuteness and tucker. >> that's right. tucker. >> but the priority right now is cuteness and let's do it. time now for my first 5 photo of the day. bless you, tony. >> excuse me. >> today we say hello to -- and she's beautiful -- today we say hello to, tony, are you going to
. on thursday there is a prayer vigil to remember the victims. it starts at 6:30 at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. >>> 7:10 right now. 66 degrees on a tuesday morning. and the race for the white house, well, that clock is ticking. ticking. >>> big debate preps are under way now, as we're just a day away from the first presidential debate in colorado. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that coming up. >> plus, already struggling to get out of bankruptcy, now american airlines has a new set of concerns. what caused some tense moments for passengers on two different flights just days apart? >> and as we take you to the brk, a live look outside, look at the latest weather and traffic, from tucker and joey, that's next. 7:11 right now.  ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. [ knocking ] oh, no, i got to go. oh, can you make that to go? these days, nobody has time t
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